Didier Drogba News and Features
In Other News... The Ivorian is loving life at Phoenix – and he's still scoring screamers.
FourFourTwo Films The Portuguese defender arrived at the club with Jose Mourinho in 2004 and experienced Chelsea just miss out in Europe's premier competition again and again. Then, just when he thought the chance had passed...
Cheats, thugs, hoofers and - worst of all - winners. Bloody winners. FFT counts down the most loathed teams in the history of British football. Bring on the hate...
Perfect XI “Like Barca, we’ll play 4-3-3,” says the Cameroonian goal machine, before selecting his dream team of stars he's shared a pitch with in July 2008
Michael Owen Michael Owen has told FourFourTwo that Didier Drogba's ability to play as a lone striker prompted clubs to stop playing 4-4-2.
Didier Drogba After a slow start the Ivorian powerhouse thrived in England, where his bullish style married technical ability that twice helped him win the Golden Boot. But the striker was about more than just goals – he grew into a hugely respected dressing room leader who came to embody a ruthless Blues side. Former winger Damien Duff recalls his early days
FFTWATN Jose Mourinho's first title-winning Blues team was a mixture of Portuguese finesse, tricksy wingers and English steel as John Terry and Co. set a Premier League record for fewest goals conceded (15)…
Tensions can occasionally boil over on the pitch, but Jake Conneely and Dan Steeden pick out a handful of figures who really threw their toys out of the pram
Chelsea Blues fans Garry Hayes and Paul Wentworth don't agree. Read their opinions and then decide for yourself which striker was (or is) superior by voting in our poll
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